As another weekend descends upon us, here’s a quick little piece of fun from the automotive world:
The other day my 7-year-old son asked me how cars are made. That’s not a question that’s easily answered, and I didn’t feel up to a lengthy, boring description. So the two of us sat down and asked Google: How are cars made?
We found was this animated children’s site from Toyota. It’s a fun, entertaining, and educational explanation of how a car gets made. While it is extraordinarily simple, it satisfied my son’s curiosities about the car-building process.
The site took us on virtual tour and covered everything from development to assembly to sales. I was surprised to see that Toyota took the time to create something like this, but I guess the “how is a car made?” question comes up often enough to justify it!
Enjoy your weekend, and let us know if you stumble across anything automotive that you want to share!